Mobile Collateral - HPE

Proximus reports 100% uptime for mission-critical converged billing application

Case Study

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100% uptime for mission-critical applications

Proximus is the number one telecom player in Belgium-and the company wants to keep it that way. Competition is fierce, but Proximus has a unique advantage, offering customers fixed line, mobile, internet, and TV all under one brand. This "quadruple play" has been hugely successful, but it brought new challenges to the company's billing system.
Customers expect a single, consolidated invoice each month, yet they also want to see how their charges break down by service. In addition, they want the ability to check their accounts and usage information any time, whether it's online from home or on their mobile device. This requires converged billing based on real-time call data records (CDRs), which are generated for all user activity whether it's sending a text message, streaming a video, or calling a friend.